Leave the boredom at home, because you won’t have time to be bored during a week of non-stop action at Frontier Camp! 7 days and 6 nights (Sunday afternoon through Saturday morning) of adventure races, water sports, a rodeo, nighttime action games, laser tag battles, ropes course undertakings, cabin challenges, laughing with your friends, and the most epic week of your whole year! Top it all off with Biblically based teaching focused on subjects relevant to today’s teens, and this week designed especially for campers ages 13-17* is the perfect addition to anyone’s summer!
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Leave the boredom at home, because you won’t have time to be bored during a week of non-stop action at Frontier Camp!
Important Note: Teen Weeks are for campers aged 13 to 17. A camper’s age is determined by their age on September 1st of the camp year. Campers may attend a Teen Week at age 12 if they turn 13 before September 1st. Campers may attend a Teen Week at age 17 as long as they are not older than 17 at any point when they are at camp.
Who, what, when, where and why. Well, maybe not the why, but this will tell you what a typical camp day looks like! Everything you could want to know about all the fun we pack in to a day at camp!
Teen Campers have the freedom to choose each day what activities they participate in, but it still helps to know ahead of time what the options are! Leave your boredom at home this summer, because with this many fun things to do, your schedule is sure to be full!
What’s better than going to camp for a week? Doing so in top-notch facilities! Check out some of the places your camper will be sleeping, playing, eating, and worshiping (not all at the same time!) this summer.
Speaking of worship, we do that twice a day around here! From afternoon seminars to evening cabin devotions, we spend time throughout the day learning from God’s word about subjects pertinent to today’s teens in an age-appropriate and meaningful way.